This volume of the Plymouth State University Journal on Writing Across the Curriculum was released in two issues, one in August 1991 and the other in May 1992. The tables of contents for each issue are listed below.
Modeling How We Think When We Write, by Roy Andrews
Introducing Students to Peer Review of Writing, by Richard M. Chisholm
The "Factsheet" as a Tool for Teaching Logical Writing, by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
Aphorisms, by Annette Mitchell
An Interview with Michelle Fistek, by Mary-Lou Hinman
Marine Biology: An Opportunistic Approach, by Roy Andrews
The Power of Writing, by William J. Farrell
WAC: A Dean's View, by Theo J. Kalikow
Writing Values Across the Curriculum, by Roy Andrews
Research and Writing Assignments That Reduce Fear and Lead to Better Papers and More Confident Students, by Bob Fitzpatrick
Essay Exams, by Walter Tatara
Student Voices on Writing at Plymouth State University, by Mary-Lou Hinman
Computers and Composition: Do They Mix? by Russell Lord
"The Inveterate Invertebrate Reporter", by Larry Spencer
The Circle, by Meg Peterson-Gonzalez
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